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Maintain attribution The Google "watermark" you see on each file is essential for informing people about this project and helping them find additional materials through Google Book Search. Keep it legal Whatever your use, remember that you are responsible for ensuring that what you are doing is legal. Rich and Varied Soil — ^Mixed Husbandry — Agricultural Digitized by Google i CONTENTS Vll Implements — ^Pirst Farm Machinery — ^Underdrainino and Ditching — Grass Crops and Live Stock — ^Pruit Culture — The Farmers' Broadening Life — Morrow County Agricultural Society (by Robert F. C, 323 Bump, Winters N., 921 Bunker, David G., 325 Bunker, Elwood E., 864 Bunker, Isaac, 308, 309, 324 Bunker, Joseph, 325 Bunker, Peleg, 310 Bunker, Slocum, 308, 323, 324, 325, 331 Bums, Alfred, 229 Bums, Ross, 94, 99 Burt, Merritt, 345 Bushfleld, John M., 182 Bushfleld, Samuel, 257 Butters, Alfred, 225, 376, 377 Buxton, Bush rod, 230 Byrd, Miles, 685 Caddy, Charles, 323 Campbell, Charles, 430 Campbell, Harry B., 632 Campbell, Robert M., 190 Campbell, W.

Do not assume that just because we believe a book is in the public domain for users in the United States, that the work is also in the public domain for users in other countries. T., 398 Canaan township — Territory, 383 ; early settlers, 384; churches, 387; Denmark, 388; Climax, 389 Cardington, 91, 248; first Sunday school 328; fraternal societies, 350; founded, platted and im- proved, 321; early events and settlers, 323; mayors, 323; found- ing of the churches, 325; the Park Museum, 330; founding of indus- tries, 335; Cardington in 1850, 338; sixty years ago, 340; rail- road better than court house, 342; the old carding mill, 343; Card- ington in 1911, 346; industries, 335; physicians, 350; social clubs, 350. INDEX XV Cardington Cabinet Company, 347 Cardington Canning Company, 347 Cardington Catholic church, 329 Cardington Cement Tile & Block Company, 347 Cardington Christian church, 341 Cardington First Presbyterian church, 328 "Cardington Flag,'' 345 Cardington German Lutheran church, 329 * * Cardington Independent, ' ' 352 Cardington Ladies' Public Library, 351 Cardington Methodist church, 327 Cardington Public Library, 325 "Cardington Reveille," 351 "Cardington Republican," 351 Cardington township — Isaac Bunker and family, 309; old mills and hos- pitable millers, 311; Indian vil- lage on the Whetstone, 313; set- tlement around the Whetstone, 315; approved bee hunting, 316; first road, 316; water courses and drainage, 317 Cardington United Brethren church, 325 Carlisle, James, 242, 249, 252 Carlisle, Wil Uam M„ 242, 268, 269 Carpenter, John R., 258, 279, 538 Carpenter, William B., 372 Case, C. J., 192 Center United Brethren church, 416 Chamberlain, Gideon, 392 Chapman, John ("Johnny Apple- seed"), 117-22, 236 Chase, Benjamin, 373 Chase, Beverly W., 740 Chase, E.

Odell, 844 Mateer, Elizabeth Porter, 86 Mateer, Emeline, 287 Mateer, (Gertrude, 287 Mateer, Lemuel R., 88 Mateer, Margaret B., 88 Mateer, Mary E., 88 Mateer, Ralph V., 88 Mateer, Ross N., 86, 87 Mateer, Tolla B., 192, 193 Mateer, William N., 86 Mather, Dan S., 805 Mathews, William D., 193 Matthews, Alice Wilson, 296 Matthews, William, 387 Matthews, William D., 286 Maxwell, Charles, 323, 351 May, Manuel, 190 Mc Anall, Agnes, 294 Mc Anall, Clement, 574 Mc Aninch, Seymour, 715 Mc Cammon, James L., 487 Mc Cartney, Daniel, 100-3 Mc Causland, John, 766 Mc Clenehan, Samuel, 392 Mc Conica, Alf, 230 Mc Clure, Andrew, 323 Mc Cormick, Emma Ward, 296 Mc Cormick, J. Gilead, 294, 297 Prominent men and women (by townships, alphabetically), 264- 267 Prophet, H.

C, 203, 232 Mc Cormick, Jacob C, 674 Mc Coy, Arch, 421 Mc Coy, Thomas, 323 Mc Coy, Thomas W., 181, 185 Mc Cracken, Charles, 405 Mc Cracken, Elsie, 287 Mc Cracken, James, 355 Mc Cracken, Mason W., 502 Mc Cracken, William, 517 Mc Cracken, William W., 133 Mc Cray, Henry L., 190 Mc Crary, James, 406 Mc Crory, John, 227 Mc Donald, William, 72 Mc Farland, Dr., 423 Mc Farland, Joseph, 227, 813 Mc Farland, Ray L., 839 Mc Farland, (Mrs.) W. S., 222 Prophet, Hinchman S., 139 Prosecuting attorneys, 196 Pulaskiville, 401 Puns, G.

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Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. Baughman, Robert Frarnklin Bartlett Digitized by Google Digitized by Google Digitized by Google Digitized by Google Digitized by Google HISTORY OK MORROW^ COUNTY OHIO ** N«ra:' NEW VORK lyii Digitized by Google Digitized by Google J HISTORY OF MORROW COUNTY OHIO "^ A Narrative Account of its Historical Progress, Its People, and its Principal Interests • • •••••• •• • ••• •••• • • _•••• • , • •• •• -/•••• • ••• • • • ••• • • • • •• . -»-• • • • • • • • ASSISTED BY ROBERT F/BARTLETT ILLUSTRATED VOL. THE LEWIS PUBLISHING COMPANY CHICAGO-NEW YORK 1911 Digitized by Google THE NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY A8TOR, LENOX AND TILDEN FOUNDATIONS. Change Since Pioneer Days — Men and Women Together — Old Roads — Immigration From 1830 to 1848 — Tales op Pioneers — Ross N. Oilead Pioneer — The Remarkable Rine- HART Family — **From First to Last'' (by Mrs. Harlan) — Indians and A Scalping Knipe — First White Set- tlers — The Legislative Struggles — Progress — ^''In the Long Ago" (By Capt. T., 94 Crider, Adam, 745 Crider, Joseph, 856 Cronk, Henry, 378 Cross, Ann R., 271 Cross, George D., 271 Cruikshank, Harry S., 498 Culp, John B., 757 Culver, Jesse B., 826 Cunard, L.

It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Gilead As It Is — Rail- roads and Industries — Banks of Mt. 256-270 Digitized by Google \ CONTENTS IX CHAPTER XIV. W., 323 Barry, John W., 186, 192, 193, 556 Barry, Lawrence A., 611 Barry, Minnie O., 566 Baxter, John Chambers, 148, 149 Baxter, John Comly, 170 Baughman, L.

M., 425 Hershner, George W., 698 Heskett, George W., 554 Hester Mt. 351 Holloway, David, 357 Holmes, Samuel, 461 Holmes, William H., 430 Holt, Evan, 91, 354 Holt, Frank, 627 Holt, (Mrs.) J.

Seminary, 218, 436 Hess, George, 449 Hess, Jonathan, 365 Hetrick, Abraham, 425 Hewitt, Sylvester M., 136, 228, 257 Hickman, Thomas C, 373 Hickman, Thomas N., 650 Hicks, Elizabeth, 203 Hicks, S. H., 297 Holt, Silas, 257 Hook brothers, 336 Horr, Celestia, 438 Horr, Joshua, 331 Horticulture (see Fruit Culture) Hosier, George B., 431 Hoskins, John C, 778 House, Beatty & Company, 306, 337 House brothers, 397 House, Nathan N., 242, 246 House, Richard, 94, 188, 246, 268. Pisgah church, 363 Mulford, Lewis, 329 Munk, Armondo L., 640 Myers, George W., 512 National Bank of Morrow County, 269, 704 Neal, C. E., 352 Neal, Johnson, 352 Neal, William, 395 Neff, Aaron, 230 Nelson, James W., 582 '*New Mocassin" (see Galion) Newson, Abraham, 233, 245 Newson, Henry B., 207 Newson, Joseph P., 274 Newson, Lucy Friend, 245 Newspapers, 222 Niblet, Reuben, 222 Nichols, George, 322 Nichols, W.

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